Practical Signal Processing

Practical Signal Processing

This book, first published in 2007, introduces the basic theory of digital signal processing, with emphasis on real-world applications.

Practical Signal Processing and Its Applications

With Solved Homework Problems

Practical Signal Processing and Its Applications

This textbook gives a fresh approach to an introductory course in signal processing. Its unique feature is to alternate chapters on continuous-time (analog) and discrete-time (digital) signal processing concepts in a parallel and synchronized manner. This presentation style helps readers to realize and understand the close relationships between continuous and discrete time signal processing, and lays a solid foundation for the study of practical applications such as the analysis and design of analog and digital filters. The compendium provides motivation and necessary mathematical rigor. It generalizes the Fourier transform to Laplace and Z transforms, applies these transforms to linear system analysis, covers the time and frequency-domain analysis of differential and difference equations, and presents practical applications of these techniques to convince readers of their usefulness. MATLAB® examples are provided throughout, and over 100 pages of solved homework problems are included in the appendix. Contents: Introduction to Signal ProcessingDiscrete-Time Signals and OperationsContinuous-Time Signals and OperationsFrequency Analysis of Discrete-Time SignalsFrequency Analysis of Continuous-Time SignalsSampling Theory and PracticeFrequency Analysis of Discrete-Time SystemsFrequency Analysis of Continuous-Time SystemsZ-Domain Signal ProcessingS-Domain Signal ProcessingApplications of Z-Domain Signal ProcessingApplications of S-Domain Signal ProcessingAppendix: Solved Homework Problems Readership: Researchers, academics, professionals and undergraduate students in signal processing. Keywords: Signal Processing;Introduction;Analog and Digital;Practical;Applications;Solved Homework ProblemsReview:0

Practical Signal and Image Processing in Clinical Cardiology

Practical Signal and Image Processing in Clinical Cardiology

Modern signal and image acquisition systems used in the field of cardiology acquire, analyze, and store data digitally. Surface electrocardiography, intra-cardiac electrogram recording, echocardiograms, x-ray, magnetic resonance imaging, and computed tomography are among the modalities in the cardiology field where signal processing is applied. Digital signal processing techniques allow us to automate many of the analyses that had previously been done manually with greater precision, accuracy and speed, as well as detect features and patterns in data that may be too subtle to observe by eye. As more cardiologists are becoming more reliant on such technology, a basic understanding of digital signals and the techniques used to extract information from these signals are required.

A Practical Approach to Digital Signal Processing

A Practical Approach to Digital Signal Processing

This Book Presents An Exhaustive Exposition Of The Theory And Practice Of Digital Signal Processing. Basic Concepts And Techniques Have Been Explained In Detail And Suitably Illustrated With Practical Examples And Software Programs. Practice Problems And Projects Have Also Been Given Throughout The Book.The Book Begins With An Introduction To Signals And The Relative Merits Of Analog And Digital Methods. Hardware Details Of Present-Day Dsp Integrated Circuits Are Explained Next And Full Tested Circuits Are Provided For Project Work By Students.Fourier Transforms Are Then Explained In Detail. Subsequently, Recursive Filter Design Methods Are Discussed With Typical Examples And Programs.An Exhaustive Account Of Various Filters Is Then Given With Design Techniques. The Discussion Is Illustrated Through Software Programs And Practical Design Examples.The Book Concludes With A Detailed Discussion Of Lattice Type Filters And Their Usage In Speech Processing. With Its Comprehensive Coverage And Practical Approach, This Is An Essential Text For Electrical, Electronics And Communication Engineering Students. Practising Engineers Would Also Find This Book To Be A Valuable Reference Source.

Practical Digital Signal Processing

Practical Digital Signal Processing

The aim of this book is to introduce the general area of Digital Signal Processing from a practical point of view with a working minimum of mathematics. The emphasis is placed on the practical applications of DSP: implementation issues, tricks and pitfalls. Intuitive explanations and appropriate examples are used to develop a fundamental understanding of DSP theory, laying a firm foundation for the reader to pursue the matter further. The reader will develop a clear understanding of DSP technology in a variety of fields from process control to communications. * Covers the use of DSP in different engineering sectors, from communications to process control * Ideal for a wide audience wanting to take advantage of the strong movement towards digital signal processing techniques in the engineering world * Includes numerous practical exercises and diagrams covering many of the fundamental aspects of digital signal processing

Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists

Digital Signal Processing: A Practical Guide for Engineers and Scientists

In addition to its thorough coverage of DSP design and programming techniques, Smith also covers the operation and usage of DSP chips. He uses Analog Devices' popular DSP chip family as design examples. Covers all major DSP topics Full of insider information and shortcuts Basic techniques and algorithms explained without complex numbers

Digital Design of Signal Processing Systems

A Practical Approach

Digital Design of Signal Processing Systems

Digital Design of Signal Processing Systems discusses a spectrum of architectures and methods for effective implementation of algorithms in hardware (HW). Encompassing all facets of the subject this book includes conversion of algorithms from floating-point to fixed-point format, parallel architectures for basic computational blocks, Verilog Hardware Description Language (HDL), SystemVerilog and coding guidelines for synthesis. The book also covers system level design of Multi Processor System on Chip (MPSoC); a consideration of different design methodologies including Network on Chip (NoC) and Kahn Process Network (KPN) based connectivity among processing elements. A special emphasis is placed on implementing streaming applications like a digital communication system in HW. Several novel architectures for implementing commonly used algorithms in signal processing are also revealed. With a comprehensive coverage of topics the book provides an appropriate mix of examples to illustrate the design methodology. Key Features: A practical guide to designing efficient digital systems, covering the complete spectrum of digital design from a digital signal processing perspective Provides a full account of HW building blocks and their architectures, while also elaborating effective use of embedded computational resources such as multipliers, adders and memories in FPGAs Covers a system level architecture using NoC and KPN for streaming applications, giving examples of structuring MATLAB code and its easy mapping in HW for these applications Explains state machine based and Micro-Program architectures with comprehensive case studies for mapping complex applications The techniques and examples discussed in this book are used in the award winning products from the Center for Advanced Research in Engineering (CARE). Software Defined Radio, 10 Gigabit VoIP monitoring system and Digital Surveillance equipment has respectively won APICTA (Asia Pacific Information and Communication Alliance) awards in 2010 for their unique and effective designs.

Practical Digital Signal Processing

Practical Digital Signal Processing

PRACTICAL DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING covers the principles, procedures, techniques and applications of one of the upcoming aids to non-destructive testing - Digital Signal Processing (DSP). DSP is one of the most powerful technologies that has shaped science and engineering in the twenty-first century causing revolutionary changes in a wide variety of fields ranging from electrical engineering, communications, medical imaging, radar & sonar, high fidelity music reproduction and non-destructive testing. DSP is traditionally a highly mathematical subject. However, this book has been conceived and written in such a way that practical DSP techniques can be learned and used without the traditional barriers of detailed mathematics and theory. The book has five chapters. The first chapter provides a brief overview of signals, their classification and also conversion methods from analog to digital. The second chapter concentrates on signal processing methods and data analysis. The third chapter provides an insight into the advanced DSP techniques such as cross correlation, cluster analysis, artificial neural network etc. The fourth chapter provides an overview of the basics of Digital Image Processing (DIP) while the fifth chapter details the applications of DSP and DIP by the authors and their colleagues. This book is intended to be a guide for the beginner in the field with engineering or science background. NDE managers and professionals intending to have an overview of the fundamental aspects would also benefit from the contents of the book.

Digital Signal Processing

System Analysis and Design

Digital Signal Processing

This new, fully-revised edition covers all the major topics of digital signal processing (DSP) design and analysis in a single, all-inclusive volume, interweaving theory with real-world examples and design trade-offs. Building on the success of the original, this edition includes new material on random signal processing, a new chapter on spectral estimation, greatly expanded coverage of filter banks and wavelets, and new material on the solution of difference equations. Additional steps in mathematical derivations make them easier to follow, and an important new feature is the do-it-yourself section at the end of each chapter, where readers get hands-on experience of solving practical signal processing problems in a range of MATLAB experiments. With 120 worked examples, 20 case studies, and almost 400 homework exercises, the book is essential reading for anyone taking DSP courses. Its unique blend of theory and real-world practical examples also makes it an ideal reference for practitioners.